Pin and pinhole elements
by Ablapo, published
Pins connected to pinholes.
Pins connected to pins.
Pinholes connected to pinholes.
Just pins. Just pinholes.
Each plate file contains about 24 / 48 parts.
It's for building structures and connecting two flat things.
For a Christmas tree decoration print the pinh_combine3.stl and assemble the 3 parts overlapping.
Found a similar Pin-thing from Tbuser:
And this one from chriscrewdson:
Before printing a plate you may want to print the test file first.
Check if the pins fit into the holes. If not change the OpenSCAD file or your printers settings.
Choose a stl-file or create your own one with OpenSCAD.
Print a plate of parts. Assemble them in your own way.
Printing the pins will acquire a fan for cooling.
There is a nice way to build a chain. Assemble 3 parts to a ring. Then build the next ring through the first one.
If you need more stability use glue.
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